Monday, November 26, 2018

New Genealogy TV Show - "I Should Have Known"

PRESS RELEASE
The new TLC pilot, I Should Have Known, aired Monday, 26 Nov 2018.  "I Should Have Known," proves to be much more than a genealogy show. 

Kathleen Brandt, of a3Genealogy (KCMO), is an International Professional Genealogist, Licensed Private Investigator, and a host of the show. She has joined others to help "Lindsay" and Francisco wade through their "new life secrets."


I Should Have Known
(click here for full episode)
Here is what TLC says:

           I Should Have Known
Lindsey [sic] and Francisco's lives get turned upside down when they learn a life altering secret that makes them question who they even are?  Now struggling with the fact they were lied to their entire lives, they each embark on a mission to uncover the truth.  
Be sure to sign into your provider to access the online full episode of the show. We'd love your feedback on the show.

Kathleen Brandt
a3Genealogy@gmail.com
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(original post, 25 Nov 2018, revised)

15 comments:

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    1. This was a TLC TV Pilot. I believe it works on ratings. If enough people watched they choose if they want to continue filming! I hope they loved it as much as the people I've heard from. It was a fascinating format!

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  2. I just watched the show. I was busy the night it was on but I recorded it. I liked it a lot and I hope to see more!

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    1. Thank you. As it was a TLC pilot, its continuance will be based on ratings. Fingers crossed!

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    1. This was Episode 1. I have no known scheduling after that. Just keep an eye out for it on the TLC website:http://blog.a3genealogy.com/2018/11/new-genealogy-tv-show-i-should-have.html?showComment=1543434506033#c353157176283009369

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  4. I would have loved to watch this show, had I known it was coming on. I saw a brief clip at the end of Long Lost Family. I had it recorded, but didn't get to watch until a few days later. When I checked the guide, this new show is no where to be found. Will there be more episodes coming?

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    1. I have accessed it at the link in the subsequent blog: Here it is http://blog.a3genealogy.com/2018/11/new-genealogy-tv-show-i-should-have.html?showComment=1543434506033#c353157176283009369

      I have Google Fiber, but once I logged in to Google Fiber, I was able to see the whole episode.

      Hope you enjoy!

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  5. I loved the show and I hope it will ultimately become a series.

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    1. Me too. And from what I heard others would love it too! I'll ask Santa!

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  6. I didn't see it's original airing but found it after watching a DVR recording of Long Lost Family. I watched it on demand. Wow, I loved it. I can relate as I was raised believing the man that I thought was my father, was not. It was a hidden secret that just recently came out.
    Please show me more shows like this. They give me hope.

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  7. I sure hope it comes becomes a series. I loved this show. I am heavy into genealogy and watch all these type shows.

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  8. Great show, this needs to be a series.

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  9. Great show, make it a series!!!

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  10. I had recorded the show on my DVR, my husband was in the hospital.But we just sat and watched it and we really love these kind of shows. Tissues in hand we are hopeing for good results for all. So we had looked everywhere to program to record, and oh noo it teased me..Come on TLC i am ready for other peoples happiness. :)

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